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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-26-2005, 12:35 Thread Starter
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Question oil pan removal??

hey i have a 1994 f-150 4x4 with 300 and i was wondering if there is an easy way to remove the oil pan. The book say remove starter, rad engine mounts then raise the engine up then the oil pickup tube after the pan is out of the way. Is all this really necessay? Any info is appreciated.
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Re: oil pan removal??

G'Day E-Town,

Not sure about the F-series, but with Falcons, you have to support the engine, remove the through bolts from the mounts, then jack the engine sufficiently to get the sump out past the big ends. So if the book says to do it this way, then I would recommend following it! Not sure if starter removal is required, but your radiator may have to be removed to get the required clearance from the fan when the engine is jacked up.
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Re: oil pan removal??

in a bronco you got to undo motor mounts and jack up the moter thats about it
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